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Looks like I'm gonna have to break up with her." In class to his relief, Wendy (Sylvia Summers) passed him a note: "You're in Luck. " There were views of a female weightlifting team (led by tough dyke-like Boom Boom (Rachel Spooner)), and an aerobics class with one of the film's coed stars, Betty Jo "BJ" (Eileen Davidson, who later starred in The House on Sorority Row (1983)) doing hip swivels and leg lifts (and butt crunches). You don't take no for an answer." At the same time, Reggie had been crossing out days on a calendar: "Wendy's late with her period again. She joined Reggie in his car, where they shared a beer in the backseat and she urged: "Let's f--k! " BJ: "Oh Monica, you know that bras give me a rash."In one major (and very unlikely and unfunny) pick-up sex sequence, Reggie and Artie met a pair of girls parked in a VW convertible - and to their surprise the driver was already topless.The late 70s and early 80s was a period of low-brow, teasy, R-rated sexy teen comedies with gratuitous nudity, mindlessly weak plots, and raunchy profanity, designed for horny adolescents, usually teenaged males with raging hormones and active fantasy lives who were looking for glimpses of naked girls and their first sexual conquest (a "Let's Get Laid" sub-genre). ", while Artie was in the VW's back-seat making-out with her friend.The smarmy trend signaled that theatrical films originally made for 'dirty old men' were now targeted at teenagers, with comedic laughs often directed at the semi-naked young stars. But then Reggie shouted out to his dismay: "This girl's got balls!Similar to the theme of the popular Private Lessons (1981), this copy-cat film told about a young senior high school student Bobby Chrystal (Matt Lattanzi, Olivia Newton John's ex-husband, a former Xanadu dancer) who was amorously tutored in "French" by live-in 30 year-old blonde Terry Green (Caren Kaye). Lauderdale, Florida for two sets of guys: nerds Nelson and Adam (David Knell and Perry Lang) who were forced to share their motel room with studly Stu (Paul Land) and O. Before the end of summer break at the start of their senior year, a foursome of inexperienced male friends made a pact to help each other.
Balancing out the mostly R-rated teen-sex comedies were some of writer-producer-director John Hughes' films which took a more sensitive look at adolescent issues, in films such as Sixteen Candles (1984), The Breakfast Club (1985), and Pretty in Pink (1986). As he pedaled over to her house, he daydreamed about having sex with her once he arrived - she removed her top in front of him and purred: "There's something I want to show you." When she greeted him at the door, she said: "I thought you'd never get here.
Finally as the film concluded, Monica and Artie hooked up at the dance, and she encouraged him: "Just shut up and kiss me....